We have had many successes representing employers. In litigation, however, more than just winning is at stake. The lawyers you hire will be your company’s face to judges, juries, and other legal professionals. You can trust Oberti Sullivan to go beyond mere substantive excellence and to consistently conduct ourselves in a way that positively reflects your company and its core values.
Listed below are some of Mark Oberti’s and Ed Sullivan’s career achievements representing employers, whether at this firm or our prior firm. The results of these cases are based on their unique facts. Past results in these cases do not mean that we can obtain those results for your company, and you should not rely on these cases to think or expect that you will obtain similar results.
After winning a trial for its client K.D. Resources in a breach of contract case, Oberti Sullivan obtained a favorable affirming opinion from the Houston Court of Appeals. Hyman & Matturo v. K.D. Resources, No. 01-20-00059-CV (Tex. App.--[1st Dist.] April 26, 2022).
U.S. District Judge George Hanks dismisses an age discrimination and retaliation case based on Oberti Sullivan's dispositive motion. Marrone v. Express Employment Professionals, Civil Action No. 4:19-cv-4400 (S.D. Tex. Jan. 25, 2021).
Won a complete victory in a bench trial. A former employee sued our client for $1 million alleging breach of contract. Judge Gomez in April 2019 ordered that the plaintiff take nothing. Hyman v. KD Resources (Harris County).
Employee permanently dropped federal race and retaliation claims without any money paid by our client. Pelt v. Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. (S.D. Tex.).
Won a complete victory at arbitration for an international company specializing in engineering, construction, and project management, against an employee who claimed unlawful discrimination and retaliation.
Won a complete victory at arbitration for an international company specializing in engineering, construction, and project management against a plaintiff who claimed he was terminated for filing a workers’ compensation claim.
Claim before the National Labor Relations Board withdrawn after we responded to a complaint filed with the agency. Rodgers v. Hoover Ferguson (NLRB)
Client sued for tortuously interfering with another company’s non-competition agreement saw case dismissed without payment of any money.
Won summary judgment in a same sex harassment case. Smith v. MTC (N.D. Tex.)